Solutions for even numbered exercises are available on springer.
From a review of the first edition Gerstein wants-very gently-to teach his students to think. Let op: je hebt een of meerdere eBooks geselecteerd.
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Skickas inom vardagar specialorder. Gerstein wants-very gently-to teach his students to think.
Introduction to Mathematical Structures and Proofs | Mathematical Association of America
Gerstein writes with a certain flair that I think students will find appealing. For instance, after his discussion of cardinals he has a section entitled Languages and Finite Automata. This allows him to illustrate some of the ideas he has been discussing with problems that almost anyone can understand, but most importantly he shows how these rather transparent problems can be subjected to a mathematical analysis.
I am confident that a student who works through Gerstein's book will really come away with i some mathematical technique, and ii some mathematical knowledge.
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